Kitesurfing in Australia

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Cocos Keeling Island
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Cocos Keeling Island
Cocos Keeling Island

Boasting azure blue lagoons, shallow warm water and consistent trade winds from dawn to dusk, Cocos Islands are perfect for all levels... complete beginners, intermediates or advanced freestylers. Wind and Weather The wind blows consistently 15-25 knots all day every day from July through to October. The perfect quiver of kite for the average person would be a 7,9, and 12m. …

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Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Geraldton
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Geraldton
Geraldton

Geraldton is a port city about 6 hours north of Perth; it’s long been a favourite with windsurfers due to the consistent wind conditions during the summer season. Now kiters are starting to venture North and enjoy the strong winds and amazing waves that grace this stretch of coastline. With plenty of places to kite in the area you’ll never…

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Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Lancelin
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Lancelin
Lancelin

Just 2 hours north of Perth you will find one of the best spots to kitesurf on the West Coast of Australia. Lancelin is a popular place with kiters and at the weekends, many riders from Perth make the trip up and spend a couple of days enjoying the perfect conditions on offer. With waves and butter flat water there…

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Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Margaret River
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Margaret River
Margaret River

Margaret River is possibly one of the most beautiful places you will ever see. You can kiteboard every day from October through to March. We have two main sea breezes; the SW that blows from about lunch time to 5 and the SE that blows from 6 to midnight. Margaret River is mainly suited to the experienced kiteboarders due to…

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Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Rottnest Island
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Rottnest Island
Rottnest Island

Why Visit Rottnest Island sits off the west coast of Perth, visible on the horizon on most days; it's a mere 18km from the mainland. Steeped in history, it is now a protected nature reserve, accessible by private boat or two ferry companies that operate daily trips to the island. Home to white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and the…

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Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Barbados
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Barbados
Barbados

Barbados offers conditions ideal for all water sports lovers. Consistently howling trade winds with beautiful, warm turquoise water and clean waves make it a playground for kitesurfers, stand-up paddle boarders, surfers, sailors, scuba divers and freedivers. Regardless of your kiteboarding style, Barbados offers conditions for all, from freestyle, freeriding and wave riding. Many visitors get hooked on the island because…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Uruaú
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Uruaú
Uruaú

Ninety kilometres south of Fortaleza, the tiny village of Uruaú is famous for its 24-hour blowing wind! The wind is perfect for riders learning new tricks, improving their skills or beginners wanting to progress. Even though Uruaú is a tiny village, it has everything you'll need as it is close enough to Fortaleza but free from any city stresses! Furthermore,…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Martinique
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Martinique
Martinique

Martinique is a stunning place to visit, and for a good reason! Even though it’s not big, this 60x30 km island has loads on offer. The northern part is home to deep tropical forests, waterfalls, volcanoes, and black sands beaches with the river running through them, and the southern region is flatter with coconut trees and white sand beaches. The…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Kalpitiya
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Kalpitiya
Kalpitiya

Kalpitiya is the new best kite destination in Asia, both in winter and summer. Kalpitiya offers a variety of huge flat spots with strong and consistent wind. The main spot is perfect for learning with flat shallow water and safety boats ensuring the best conditions to become an independent rider. As kitesurfing is very new in Kalpitiya, the area is…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Watamu
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Watamu
Watamu

Constant trade winds, a choice of sandbars, five kilometres of powder white sand beaches and large summer swells make Watamu a wonderful playground for kiters of all levels. A world heritage site, Watamu is also a protected area of outstanding natural beauty with safari game reserves as well as a stack of other activities and sights close by. Wind and…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Diani Beach
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Diani Beach
Diani Beach

Consistent and reliable wind, miles of uncongested crystal clear lagoon and the no.1 beach in Africa. Galu Beach is an all-round fun kiting destination. It has an established kite community to hang around with. The reef parallel to the beach is an endless wave-riding playground. Galu is part of the tropical destination, Diani Beach, which consists of a cluster of…